Yes. You can compile for macOS and Linux from Windows. You'll likely need to package your app on those platforms to create release packages of your app.
Can I build a mobile app with Avalonia?
Yes. You can develop for Android today and we have a preview demonstrating the beginnings of iOS support. You should however give careful consideration to each platform and ensure that your app behaves well on smaller, touch focused devices.
Can I build a website with Avalonia?
Its early days and not ready for production , but yes you can. Avalonia now supports webassembly. See a quick demo: NodeEditor Demo. This means that your full Avalonia application can run in all modern web browsers.
How can I get involved?
Check out the community guide to see how you can get involved with the project.
What Linux Distros are supported?
Debian 9 (Stretch)+
Skia is built against glibc. If your distro uses something else instead, you need to build your own libSkiaSharp.so at SkiaSharp . We provide a precompiled binary only for Intel x86-64. ARM/ARM64 support is planned.